The primary objective of the organization is to reduce the number and prevent the proliferation of street children. Childhope aims to empower street children and their families, and help them get access to better futures. It believes in education without borders, where the alternative education sessions seek to make a difference in the lives of street children by giving them the chance to read, write, and learn.
According to Phil Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) about 12.8 million Filipino children under the age of 15 are impoverished. The study states that these children suffer from multiple dimension of poverty, particularly deprivations in health, education, food and shelter. What makes matters worse is that public assistance is limited and inadequate. Street children's concepts of right and wrong are normally twisted, considering that most of them have been on the streets for several years.
Childhope's objective is to reduce the number of street children and prevent their proliferation. Childhope aims to empower street children and their families, and to help them to gain access to more developmental and productive future through its Street Education Program that provides for basic and urgent needs to support and ensure the continuous and holistic learning and development of its street children participants, enrolled either in formal school or in Alternative Education.
Through Street Education Program, Childhope will enable the street children to protect themselves on and off the streets, empower them to claim their rights and carry out their responsibilities, prepare them for independent living and reintegration back to society, or if feasible, reunite them with their families and/or relatives.